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Published on Jul 10, 2013
A LOLA ((LOw LAtency audio/visual system) performance at the TERENA Networking Conference (TNC) 2013. LOLA enables musicians and performing artists to interact in a natural way even if they are located thousands of kilometers from each other. This is made possible by exploiting the high quality and very large bandwidth connectivity offered by research and education networks, which allows to virtually obliterate network-related delay and jitter.
Based in Edinburgh Napier University of Music (UK), Stevan Waterman - composer, teacher and trumpet soloist -- performed with Uli Weber (guitar), Sander Baan (sax), Bouke Hofma (drums) and Jelmer de Haan (bass guitar), on stage in Auditorium 2 at the MECC in Maastricht, the TNC2013 venue.
Uli and Bouke are from ArtEZ School of Music Conservatorium (Arnhem, NL) and Sander and Jelmer from Prince Claus Conservatorium (Groningen, NL).
This unique performance was brought to you thanks to an international collaboration of artists and technicians. This also involved the Music Conservatory G. Tartini in Trieste and GARR, the Italian research and education networking organisation, who worked together to develop LOLA, as well as Janet, the British NREN.